Synopses & Reviews
With beautiful and distinctive watercolors, he makes identification a snap. He also reveals how each variety tastes and which varieties are best for eating and cooking.
"An elegant and compact new book. . . . Each [variety] is artfully illustrated and lovingly described, leaving the reader yearning for so much more than the common supermarket varieties. . . . [A] delightful book." Chicago Tribune
In this small and elegant book, artist/writer Roger Yepsen presents fascinating facts about more than 200 varieties of apples growing in the United States.
Ninety North American apples, described in words and identified in the author's beautiful and precise watercolors.
About the Author
Roger Yepsen is an artist and writer whose previous books include Apples and Heirloom Vegetables. He lives in Barto, Pennyslvania.